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Drumragh Parish (including Omagh) Death Announcements 1822-49
Deaths recorded in Drumragh parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, extracted from personal notices inserted in the STRABANE MORNING POST, LONDONDERRY SENTINEL & LONDONDERRY STANDARD

Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia

May 14 1822

BUCHANAN. At Omagh, on Tuesday the 30th ult. in the 71st year of her age, much regretted, MRS. SARAH BUCHANAN, relict of the late JOHN BUCHANAN. She experienced, during her illness, and in the immediate prospect of dissolution, eminent support from that Almighty Saviour, in whose spotless obedience she confined for acceptance with God

November 4 1823

HOUSTON. On the 14th ult. at Mount Pleasant, near Omagh, MRS HOUSTON, wife of THOMAS HOUSTON, ESQ.

August 10 1824

WILSON. On the 5th instant at Omagh, after a short illness, DANIEL WILSON, ESQ., an upright and independent Magistrate for the county Tyrone. The closing of the shops, and suspension of all business in the town, as soon as the melancholy event became known, with the concourse of persons that accompanied his remains to the grave, may be deemed a sufficient tribute of the estimate he was held in when alive; and now afford some consolation to his afflicted family and friends

April 18 1826

SCOTT. April 9, near Omagh, after a long and painful illness, ANNE, wife of CHARLES SCOTT, ESQ deservedly regretted

March 27 1830

WALLACE. In Omagh, on Thursday week, MR. HAMILTON WALLACE, aged 52 years, long postmaster of that town

April 24 1830

McARTHUR. On Friday, the 16th instant, in his 19th year, JOHN McARTHUR, ESQ., student of Trinity College, Dublin and classical lecturer at the Feinaglian Institution. He was born in Ardstraw, the son of the REV. JOHN McARTHUR, Methodist Preacher, now resident at Omagh

May 15 1830

CATHER. At Omagh, on the 23rd ult., MR. JOHN CATHER, merchant

October 19 1830

SPILLER. At Omagh, on Wednesday morning last, in the 64th year of his age, JOHN SPILLER, ESQ. Clerk of the Peace for the County of Tyrone

October 8 1831

NICKOLL (CARPENDALE) On Wednesday week, the 28th ult., at Mullaghmore, county Tyrone, JANE, wife of CAPTAIN THOMAS NICKOLL, of the 90th Light Infantry, and daughter of the late REV. THOMAS CARPENDALE, of the city of Armagh

October 29 1831

GUY. At Omagh, on Thursday, the 20th inst., MR. GUY, of Dromore. Deceased had been attending the Sessions, when he fell down in the street, and died

November 5 1831

SMYLY. On the 29th ult., at his residence, at Camus, in the 84th year of his age, ROBERT SMYLY, ESQ., formerly of Omagh

February 18 1832

SPROULE. At Stroancarbadagh, near Omagh, on the 9th inst., OLIVER SPROULE, ESQ., aged 85 years, beloved and respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance

April 7 1832

BOLAND. At Omagh, on the 29th ult., in the 21st year of his age, JOHN BOLAND, ESQ., late student of T.C.D., and eldest son of CHRISTOPHER BOLAND, ESQ.

June 16 1832

CLARKE. On Tuesday, 5th inst., MR. EPHRAIM CLARKE, of Omagh, aged 49 years

August 11 1832

GREER. In Omagh, on Wednesday night last, after a tedious and severe illness, aged 12 years, ISABELLA, second daughter of DAVID GREER, ESQ.

December 29 1832

ROGERS. On the 19th inst., at Riverland Glebe, near Omagh, the residence of his grandfather, the Very Rev. the Dean of Cork, JOHN CLARKE ROGERS, eldest son of the REV. SAMUEL G. ROGERS, after a tedious illness, at the age of 16

May 4 1833

HAMILTON. At Omagh, on the 13th ult., MRS. MARY HAMILTON, aged 60 years, relict of the late ROBERT HAMILTON, ESQ., SEN.

May 4 1833

ANDREWS. In Omagh, on the 15th ult., MR. DAVID ANDREWS, merchant, aged 46 years, after a protracted illness

December 14 1833

HAMILTON. At Omagh, on Wednesday last, the 11th inst, aged 20 years, ALEXANDER, second son of DR. HAMILTON, of that Town

December 17 1833

HAMILTON. At Omagh, on Wednesday last, the 11th inst. aged 28 years, ALEXANDER, second son of DR. HAMILTON, of that town. This fine young gentleman was cut off by that fell destroyer of youth, consumption, contracted during his collegiate course for the medical profession; the disease had so far taken hold of its victim, ere it was known to his friends, that it could not be arrested by the most skilful treatment. For a considerable time past he was perfectly conscious of his near approach to the world of spirits, he was well prepared for the awful change, and died in the full hope of eternal life through the atonement of the only Mediator between God and man, our Saviour Jesus Christ

December 21 1833

SCOTT. On the 19th inst., at his residence near Omagh, aged 77, CHARLES SCOTT, ESQ., SEN., the oldest Magistrate in Tyrone

February 15 1834

HARKIN. In Omagh, on Tuesday morning last, very suddenly, MR. JAMES HARKIN, merchant, aged 28 years

April 19 1834

ROBINSON. In Omagh, on Monday evening last, of cholera, SARAH, wife of MR. JOHN ROBINSON, printer and bookseller. Her husband and six small children are left to deplore their irreparable loss

April 22 1834

ROBINSON. In Omagh, on Monday evening se’nnight, SARAH, wife of MR JOHN ROBINSON, Printer and Bookseller. She had been confined about ten days before, but was about perfectly recovered, and was quite well on Saturday, but on the evening of that day she took suddenly ill and the next she was a corpse - a victim to that most mysterious disease, cholera. In every relation of life MRS ROBINSON was beloved and esteemed. The respect in which she was held in Omagh will be best known by the fact, that on the moment her death was make known every shop in the town was closed, and they were kept so until after her funeral. Her husband and six small children are left to deplore their irreparable loss, in the death of a most loving wife, and the fondest and best of mothers

November 29 1834

MAXWELL. At Omagh, last week, THOMAS MAXWELL, ESQ., Surgeon of the county of Tyrone Infirmary

January 10 1835

ROBINSON. In Omagh, on Tuesday morning, MR. JOHN ROBINSON, printer and bookseller. It will be recollected that MRS. ROBINSON fell a victim to cholera about a year ago. He was a most affectionate husband and father and his death is the more deplored that he has left behind him a very small and helpless family

June 6 1835

BARNHILL. Very suddenly, in Omagh, on Sunday last, MR. JOHN BARNHILL, He has left behind him a widow and large family

October 31 1835

HAMILTON. At the house of her brother in law, DR. HAMILTON, of Omagh, MRS. HAMILTON, ESQ., relict of the late DAVID HAMILTON, of Aughnacloy, aged 62 years

December 19 1835

BERWICK. Very suddenly, at Omagh, on Friday night last, MR. JOHN BERWICK, printer, aged 32 years

April 9 1836

AUCHINLECK. On Wednesday evening last, ALEXANDER THOMAS, the infant son of DANIEL AUCHINLECK, ESQ., of Omagh

April 16 1836

QUIN. In Omagh, on Sunday morning last, MRS. QUIN, relict of the late PETER QUIN, ESQ

July 23 1836

LETTS. In Omagh, on Thursday, the 14th inst., of decline, JOSEPH, eldest son of MR. ROBERT LETTS, architect, in the 20th year of his age, following the profession of his father

August 6 1836

CATHER. At Omagh, on Sunday, 30th July, aged 73, WILLIAM CATHER, ESQ., late Surgeon of the Royal Navy

August 6 1836

CRANFIELD. At Omagh, on the 29th July, of inflammation of the lungs after a short illness, WILLIAM JOHN CRANFIELD, ESQ., Chief Constable of Police, aged 21 years. He was the son of the REV. JOHN CRANFIELD, of Enniscorthy [Co. Wexford]

August 13 1836

PAYNE. At Omagh, on the 8th inst., the surviving twin infant of CAPTAIN C. MEADOWS PAYNE, 72nd Highlanders, aged one month

September 24 1836

HOLMES. At Omagh, on the 17th inst., MRS. ELIZA HOLMES, aged 72 years

October 8 1836

DUDGEON. On Monday, the 26th ult., at Mullaghmore, near Omagh, MR. WILLIAM DUDGEON, in the 86th year of his age

November 19 1836

WILSON. November 10, at Gortmore, near Omagh, the residence of her son, JAMES WILSON, clerk of the Crown, Esq., MRS. WILSON, aged 95 years

December 3 1836

MOSS. November 20, at Omagh, JANE, third daughter of E. MOSS, ESQ

February 25 1837

ANDREWS. Through the wreck of the Bristol, leaving Liverpool, on the 15th Oct., and sunk off the coast of New York, on the 22nd Nov., MRS. ELIZA ANDREWS, with her second son, aged 18 years, and three daughters, late of Omagh, county Tyrone. Her Husband the late MR. D. ANDREWS was a respectable woollendraper in Omagh, after his decease, their oldest son went out to America, and settled in Baltimore. MRS. ANDREWS was the only sister of MR. G. CATHER, a merchant in Omagh

April 15 1837

STACK. On the 23rd ult., at the residence of her son, the REV. THOMAS STACK, of Omagh, ELIZABETH STACK, aged 83 years

May 20 1837

MAXWELL. April 27, at his house, Burrow, near Omagh, county Tyrone, WILLIAM HENRY MAXWELL, ESQ., Lieutenant, half pay, 72nd Regiment

July 22 1837

STACK. July 14, at Omagh, aged 26 years, the REV. WILLIAM GEORGE STACK, Curate of the parish of Drumragh, and local Inspector of Tyrone Gaol

October 14 1837

WILSON. At Leap Mill, Omagh, county Tyrone, on the 7th October, MR. WILLIAM WILSON, aged 50 years

October 28 1837

McSORLEY. At Omagh, on the 24th ult., the REV. A. McSORLEY, of malignant Fever

August 4 1838

GARNETT. At Omagh, ELVIRA, wife of HENRY B. GARNETT, ESQ late of Demerara

September 1 1838

BLACK. August 25, at Omagh, CHARLES MAURICE BLACK, ESQ., aged 41 years

September 8-1838

CATHER. In this City [Londonderry], on Thursday, the 6th inst., MR. GABRIEL CATHER, aged 61 years. He was well known in Omagh, where he had resided as a merchant for many years. In his death an affectionate husband, a tender and anxious father

November 24 1838

BRADLEY. On Monday, the 19th inst., after a brief illness, GEORGE BRADLEY, ESQ., of Omagh, aged 42

December 29 1838

LOVE. At Omagh, on the 25th inst., MARGARET, youngest daughter of MR. JAMES LOVE

February 2 1839

HUNT (McCAUSLAND). In Omagh, on the 30th January, suddenly, at the house of her brother, ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., ELIZABETH, wife of EDWARD HUNT, ESQ., C.C.P., and second daughter of the late MAJOR McCAUSLAND

March 30 1839

GREER. In Omagh, on Sunday evening last, in the 52nd year of his age, DAVID GREER, ESQ., the much respected proprietor of the White Hart Hotel

April 13 1839

ELGIN (SCOTT). At the house of her brother, MR F. SCOTT, Omagh, ISABELLA, relict of the late MR. JOHN ELGIN, Dergbridge, aged nearly 90 years

April 27 1839

WALLACE. In Omagh, on Monday morning last, ROBERT WALLACE, ESQ., for many years the postmaster, and latterly also the manager of the Agricultural Bank. His death will be deplored by his wife and small family

May 11 1839

NIXON (GREER). On the 29th April, at the house of her brother, MR. EDWARD GREER, of Coolnagard, near Omagh, MRS. NIXON, aged 90 years, widow of the late MR. STEPHEN NIXON, of Crosh

May 25 1839

LANKTREE. May 16th, of apoplexy, MR. JAMES LANKTREE, of Omagh, aged 52 years

June 8 1839

SPROULE. At Brookhill, near Omagh, MR. WILSON SPROULE, aged 63 years, sincerely beloved and regretted by all who ever had the pleasure of his acquaintance

July 6 1839

CLARKE. On the 25th ult., CHARLES ROBERT, youngest son of the late MR. E. CLARKE, Omagh, aged 7 years

August 31 1839

MURRAY. At Aughnamoyle, near Omagh, on the night of the 27th August, MR. GEORGE MURRAY, aged 26 years

December 28 1839

MOSS. On the 18th inst, MRS. MOSS, the beloved wife of EDWARD MOSS, ESQ., of Omagh at an advanced age

February 1 1840

McCUTCHEON. On Sunday, the 26th ult., of fever, CATHERINE, beloved wife of MR. ROBERT McCUTCHEON, of Omagh

February 1 1840

McCUTCHEON. On Tuesday, the 28th ult., of fever, ROBERT McCUTCHEON, of Omagh, his wife having died just two days previous

February 22 1840

BUCHANAN. On the 15th inst., in Mullaghmore, near Omagh, aged 53 years, after a painful and protracted illness, ALEXANDER B. BUCHANAN, ESQ.

March 7 1840

McGHEE. In Omagh, on Sunday last, the 1st inst., at 8 o'clock p.m., MR. RICHARD McGHEE, at the advanced age of 87 years. The last fifty of which he was a member of the Methodist Society in that Town

April 11 1840

EARLY. At Mullaghmore, near Omagh, on the 31st March, after a protracted illness, in her 49th year of her age, MARY, the beloved wife of MR. WILLIAM EARLY

May 23 1840

HARKIN. In Omagh, on the 16th of May, MICHAEL HARKIN, ESQ., M.D., Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London

July 11 1840

GREER. At his residence, Sedenan, on Saturday last, after a protracted illness, aged 69 years, THOMAS GREER, ESQ., one of the principal merchants of Omagh

October 10 1840

LOVE. On Wednesday last, in a despondent state of mind, JAMES LOVE of Omagh, committed self destruction, by setting a match to a keg of gunpowder. He had been in a state of depression since his son, recently departed for Australia

November 7 1840

HAMILTON. On the 1st inst., after a painful illness, MRS. JANE HAMILTON, of Gortrush, Omagh, relict of the late JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ., of the Commissariat Department

June 5 1841

CATHER. In Omagh, early on Monday morning last, MISS FANNY CATHER, youngest surviving daughter of the late JOHN CATHER, merchant

June 5 1841

WALLACE. In Omagh, on Saturday last, MRS. WALLACE, the post mistress, and relict of the late ROBERT WALLACE., ESQ. By her death six interesting and young children have been left orphans

June 5 1841

DEVLIN. In Omagh, on Saturday last, MR. EDWARD DEVLIN, of Main Street, grocer, aged 42 years, leaving a bereaved wife and small family to deplore his loss

June 26 1841

WADE. On Wednesday, the 16th inst., at the residence of MR. RUTLEDGE, near Omagh, WILLIAM WADE, ESQ., late a Captain in the 29th Regiment

July 3 1841

BOLAND. At Omagh, on Monday, the 28th ult., after a short but severe illness, MRS. MARY BOLAND, of that town, aged 50 years. In her the poor have lost a kind benefactress, her husband a faithful wife, and her children an affectionate mother

January 15 1842

BUCHANAN. In Omagh, on the 12th inst., aged 63 years, JOHN BUCHANAN, ESQ. He was mild, unassuming, kind, charitable and humane - a true and steady friend - and as a husband and a father, he was all that a fond wife and loving family can deplore

March 12 1842

BELL. In Omagh, on Thursday, the 3rd inst., after a lingering illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, ELIZABETH, wife of MR. DAWSON BELL

April 23 1842

CATHER. In Omagh on Thursday morning, 14th inst., at 4 o'clock, a.m., LETITIA CATHER, aged 81 years

June 11 1842

HALCRO. On the 3rd inst., at Omagh, universally and deservedly regretted, MR. JAMES HALCRO. In the different relations of husband, father and friend, he sustained the exalted and ennobling character of a true Christian

November 12 1842

BOOTH. On the 30th October, at Omagh, aged 45 years, JOHN, the elder and only brother of MR. GEORGE BOOTH, woollendraper

January 7 1843

McCASKEY. On Monday evening last, the 2nd inst., a respectable farmer, names JAMES McCASKEY, from Coolkeeragh, came to Omagh, to the Court Sessions. On his way home, that evening, he called at the house of a MR. TAGGART, and while partaking of some refreshment, dropped to the floor and instantly expired

January 28 1843

YOUNG. At his residence, Edergole, on the 10th inst., MR. JAMES YOUNG, aged 35 years

January 28 1843

McFARLAND. On the 20th inst., at the residence of her brother in law, MR. GEORGE McFARLAND, Aldohill, to which place she had gone on a visit, FANNY, aged 28, the beloved wife of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, Omagh, merchant

February 11 1843

LATIMER. On the 1st inst., at Ballinahatty, near Omagh, aged 31 years, the REV. JOHN LATIMER, Presbyterian Minister

March 4 1843

WADE. February 15, in Omagh, after a lingering and painful illness, CHARLOTTE, aged 16, the beloved child of GEORGE WADE, county Inspector of Constabulary

April 1 1843

BRYCE. In this City [Londonderry], on the 25th ult., MRS. BRYCE, relict of the late MR. THOMAS BRYCE, formerly of Rash, near Omagh, county Tyrone, aged 76 years

May 6 1843

BUCHANAN. At his residence in Brook Street, Omagh, on the 19th ult., aged 73 years, GEORGE BUCHANAN, ESQ.

May 6 1843

HAMILTON. At Omagh, on the 27th ult., of whooping cough, MARY, aged 4 years, and on the 29th ult., of the same disease, ISABELLA, aged 2 years, the beloved children of JOHN HAMILTON, JUN., ESQ., M.D.

May 27 1843

HAMILTON. At Omagh, on Saturday, the 20th inst., of whooping cough, aged six months, ALEXANDER, only child of JOHN HAMILTON, JUN., M.D.

March 9 1844

ARMSTRONG. On the 25th February, MARY ANN, fifth daughter of the REV. JOHN ARMSTRONG, Wesleyan Minister, Omagh, aged 6 years and 4 months

March 23 1844

LOVE. On the 16th inst., MARGARET, relict of the late MR. JOHN LOVE, of Omagh, merchant

August 24 1844

SCOTT. On the 8th inst., near Strabane, MR. M. SCOTT, formerly of Omagh

December 7 1844

SPROULE. On Friday, the 22nd ult., at Stronecarbadagh, near Omagh, MISS ANN SPROULE, aged 70

January 11 1845

AUCHINLECK. On the 6th inst., in Lower Dominick Street, Dublin, ALEXANDER, infant son of DANIEL AUCHINLECK, ESQ., of Crevenagh House, Omagh, county Tyrone

May 3 1845

SCOTT (LLOYD). On Tuesday, the 22nd ult, Jane Maria, the wife of MR. WILLIAM SCOTT, draper, Omagh, in the county of Tyrone, and the fourth daughter of the late JERELD LLOYD, ESQ., Munvill, in the county of Fermanagh, in the 27th year of her age

May 24 1845

ALLEN. At Omagh, on the 14th inst., JOHN, the son of MR. JAMES ALLEN, merchant

May 24 1845

KELLY. At Omagh, on the 15th inst., MARY KELLY, in her 75th year, wife of MR. EDWARD KELLY, Omagh

June 7 1845

MORROW. In Omagh, on Thursday, the 29th ult., of gastric fever, MR. JAMES MORROW, Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Preacher, in the 46th year of his age, and 21st year of his itinerancy. He has left a large family to deplore his loss

June 28 1845

ORR. At the house of her brother in law, the REV. R.G. DICKSON, in Drumnakilly, JANE, wife of MR. JOHN ORR, merchant of Omagh

July 12 1845

ROGERS. On the 6th inst., at Greenmount, near Omagh, aged 21 years, WILLIAM THOMAS, third son of the REV. S.G. ROGERS

September 27 1845

KLOPHEL. At his residence, Omagh, on the 12th inst., MR. C.W. KLOPHEL, in the 65th year of his age. He was Bandmaster of H.M.'s 50th Regiment of Foot and also of the Derry Militia, for many years

October 11 1845

JARVEY. On the 24th ult., at Omagh, WILLIAM JAMES, infant son of MR. ARCHIBALD JARVEY

November 22 1845

DICK. On the 11th inst., at his residence, near Omagh, very suddenly of disease of the heart, GEORGE DICK, ESQ., aged 66 years

January 24 1846

WHITE. On Thursday, the 1st inst., at his residence at Rylands, near Omagh, MR. GEORGE WHITE, at the advanced age of 77 years

January 31 1846

ROGERS. On the 10th inst., at Ballinahatty, MR. EBENEZER ROGERS, at the advanced age of 95 years

May 2 1846

HILL. At his residence, Mullaghmenagh, near Omagh, on Sunday, the 26th ult., MR. JOSEPH HILL, at the advanced age of 88 years

June 27 1846

ROGERS. On the 22nd ult., at Madeira, aged 28 years, the REV. ROBERT B. ROGERS, the eldest son of the REV. SAMUEL G. ROGERS, Greenmount, Omagh

September 5 1846

STUBBS. In this City [Londonderry], on the 30th ult., after a long and severe illness, MR. ROBERT STUBBS, aged 52 years. For 24 years, he filled the situation of clerk to the late JAMES WILSON, ESQ., of Omagh. -"Armagh Guardian"

September 12 1846

WILSON. On the 3rd ult., at Tobago, West Indies, of the fever of the climate, in the 26th year of his age, JAMES WILSON, ESQ., eldest surviving son of the late JAMES WILSON, ESQ., of Omagh, Clerk of the Crown for the county of Tyrone

September 26 1846

QUINN. On Wednesday last, at Carndaisy, county Derry, the residence of his brother, the REV. FRANCIS QUINN, P.P., of Drumragh, after a lingering illness, aged 48 years

November 7 1846

WILSON. On Sunday, the 1st inst., at Tattykeel, near Omagh, MR. JAMES WILSON, aged 75 years

February 20 1847

ELLIOTT. On the evening of Monday, the 8th inst., JOSEPH, son of WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Omagh, merchant, aged 21 years

February 27 1847

JARVEY. February 7th, at Gortmore, Omagh, CAPTAIN JAMES JARVEY, halfpay 32nd Foot, in the 54th year of his age

March 13 1847

QUIN. On the 4th inst., JAMES QUIN, ESQ., solicitor, Omagh, aged 46 years

July 3 1847

CADDY. In Omagh, on the 17th ult., ELIZABETH, wife of MR. ROBERT CADDY, printer aged 19 years

September 11 1847

MEEHAN. On Sunday week, the 29th ult., at his residence in Omagh after a short illness, FRANCIS MEEHAN, ESQ., merchant, aged 86 years

September 25 1847

DONALLY. At Spike Island, Cove [Co. Cork], on Monday week, after a brief illness, MR. JOHN DONALLY, Deputy Governor of the island, and late deputy governor of the gaol of Omagh, aged 32

December 4 1847

JOHNSTON. At Omagh, on Monday, the 8th ult., at the advanced age of 104 years, MRS. ISABELLA JOHNSTON. Her end was peace

January 29 1848

PATTERSON. In Omagh, on Wednesday, 19th inst. MR. A. PATTERSON, merchant, aged 28 years

March 18 1848

ROGERS. On the 8th inst., at Greenmount, Omagh, ANNA CHARLOTTE, eldest and beloved daughter of the REV. SAMUEL G. ROGERS

March 25 1848

HILL. On the 20th March, aged 31 years, MR. GEORGE HILL, of Mullaghmena, Omagh

April 8 1848

HARKIN. On Saturday, 1st inst., MARGARET, second daughter of MR. JOHN HARKIN, Abercorn Arms, Omagh

June 17 1848

GREER. At his residence in Coolnagard, near Omagh, on the 1st inst., in the 94th year of his age, MR. EDWARD GREER

June 17 1848

BUCHANAN. On the 5th inst., in the 24th year of his age, JAMES, third son of GEORGE BUCHANAN, ESQ., of Tattykeel, county Tyrone

August 26 1848


September 16 1848

DICK. On Monday, the 4th inst., in Omagh, MISS ANGELINA DICK, aged 26 years, second daughter of the late GEORGE DICK, ESQ., lieutenant of the 57th foot

December 30 1848

KELLY. At his residence, on Friday, 22nd inst., MR. JOHN KELLY, an old and respected merchant of Omagh

December 30 1848

SKELTON. On Tuesday, the 19th inst., MR. JOHN SKELTON, of Omagh, aged 40 years

January 6 1849

ROBINSON. On Tuesday, the 26th ult., SARAH JANE, eldest daughter of the late MR. JOHN ROBINSON, printer and bookseller, of Omagh, at the early age of twenty years

March 31 1849

GREER. At Kevlin, near Omagh, the residence of his mother, on Monday, the 10th inst., after a long illness, MR. JAMES GREER, of Ballymena, county Antrim

May 12 1849

TRENAR. At Omagh, May 4th, at the residence of her son, DR. TRENAR, Main Street, MRS. TRENAR, aged 70 years, after a tedious illness

May 26 1849

CONAN. On the 15th inst., at her uncle's residence, Mullaghmore, in the 23rd year of her age, MATILDA, second daughter of the late REV. JOHN CONAN, Rector of Upper Badony, county Tyrone

August 31 1849

BARNWELL. On the 29th of July, in Philadelphia, U.S., JOHN BARNWELL, ESQ., formerly of Drum, near Omagh, county Tyrone

August 31 1849

FYFFE. On the morning of Monday week, the 20th inst., MR. DAVID FYFFE, Drumragh, aged 63 years

September 7 1849

JOHNSON. On the night of Wednesday week, the 29th ult., MR. WILLIAM JOHNSON, merchant, of Omagh

October 26 1849

LOVE. At Cincinnati, U.S., on the 24th of August, ROBERT, eldest son of MR. ROBERT LOVE, of Mullaghmore, near Omagh

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